San Marino and Ravenna

Would you like to visit one of the World’s smallest States?
San Marino is the oldest republic in Europe and with its 60 square kilometres it is the fifth smallest state in the world (the smallest is the Vatican City followed by the Principat de Mónegue).
This tiny state takes its name from the founder, the monk and stonecutter San Marino, who founded it in the IV century when he had to escape from the religious persecutions of the emperor Diocleziano. Situated on the slopes of Mount Titano, in the Apennines, this microstate has its own mint, its own stamps, its own football team and even its own army made up of 1.000 soldiers who protect its 30.000 residents.
Its frontiers stretch for only 12 km at their furthest, even though there are no customs formalities.

The tour includes a visit to the Church of Saint Francesco, founded in 1361, the oldest building in the Republic. We will also visit Piazza della Libertà (Liberty Square), which includes the Palazzo del Governo (Government Buildings), and the Torre Guaita (the ‘First tower’).
Below the square we can find an antique and fascinating system of tanks built to collect rainwater, which in the past was used as a water reservoir for the citizens of San Marino.

Return to Ravenna with a stop-off in the old centre for a walk with the guide to see the city. Return to the ship in the port of Ravenna.

Price p.pax: 31,31 €

Duration: 8h 30min

The price is based on full bus occupancy – 48 pax. Extra cost will be charged for smaller groups. Children below 12 years old will have 30% discount.


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